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audience."
Among the songs in the program are
"I Get a Kick Out of You" from
Anything Goes; "Falling in Love With
Love" from The Bays from Syracuse,
"This Nearly Was Mine" from South
Pacific, and "Time Heals Everything"
from Mack er Mabel
The performers put the concert
together in one year, with the help of
Matthew Inge, who also has been fea-
tured in musical theater and worked in
production.
"We've found that the audience
becomes quite involved,"
says Kaye, whose serious
acting talents have been
seen through a recent
and recurring role as a
judge on TV's Law and

he Broadway Concert: He
Said, She Said" — more
than a concert but less than
a play — brings a vast range
of Broadway music performed by two
Broadway stars to the Meadow Brook
Musical Festival.
Jewish performer Judy Kaye, appear-
ing in her Tony-nominated role of
Rosie in the hit ABBA musical
Mamma Mia on Broadway until Oct.
19, and Mark Jacoby (he's not Jewish),
currently in Man
of La Mancha on
the Great White
Way, take time
away from their
New York City
Order.
productions to
"The women and men
join the Detroit
take sides, and it's cute,
Symphony
especially when Mark
Orchestra, con-
sings 'Why Can't a
ducted by Robert
Woman Be More Like a
Moody, Sunday
Man' from My Fair Lady
evening, Aug. 10.
and I do If' by Betty
The couple,
Comden and Adolph
who previously
Green," says Kaye.
appeared together
Before Kaye and
in the Broadway
Jacoby walk on stage, the
musical Ragtime,
audience will be involved
where Kaye took
with
a type of American
the role of Emma
Judy Kaye and Mark Jacoby:
Idol competition —
Goldman, weave
Employing Broadway tunes, "this
dubbed "Broadway
favorite songs
show was shaped to be a musical
from the stage into conversation between two people," Idol."
Young people ages 18
a new story
says Kaye.
and under are invited to
"This show was
sing a song from a
shaped to be a
Broadway
musical
with the symphony
musical conversation between two peo-
ple," says the 55-year-old Kaye, who has providing piano accompaniment, and
appeared in Detroit with productions of they will be judged by a three-person
Grease, The Sound of Music and Sweeney panel representing the symphony.
Winners will receive special ticket
Todd
packages to DSO concerts and other
"It tells the rudimentary story of a
shows taking place in Detroit in the
couple of people who meet, are attract-
coming year. All contestants receive
ed to each other, have an argument and
three lawn tickets to the "He Said, She
then make up.
Said" concert that night.
"It's very simple, but it gives us a
"I've sung a lot with symphony
framework in which to use wonderful
orchestras around the world, and it's a
Broadway songs that reflect the
really gratifying experience," Kaye advis-
moment in the story directly or impres-
es prospective contestants. "The music
sionistically. We recently performed this
really wraps up the singers."
at Bravo Vail, a festival in Colorado
Kaye, who admired Jacoby's work
where former President Gerald Ford cel-

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